Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 24, 1962 · Page 7
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f l Tests for New Frontier, Birch Society Caliiorna to See Bitter Battles By BOB BARNES LOS ANGELES (AP) — Three bitter races for Congress in one of the nation's largest metropolitan centers promise an intriguing test of current political leanings. Seldom are voters' choices so sharp as in California's newly revamped 25th, 27th, and 29th congressional districts. Republican or De-nocrat? Outspoken conservative or outspoken liberal? More government in Washington or less? Those issues, clearly defined by the six candidates will provide tests of both the New Frontier and of the John Birch Society, controversial ultraconservative organi. zation. The contests match three stoutly conservative Republicans— members and defenders of the Birch Society and sharply critical of the Kennedy administration— against Democrats who support the New Frontier and attack what they call Birchism. At stake are two Republican seats in the U.S. House of Representatives. The third seat is in a new district. Both sides predict victory. The overwhelmingly Democratic Cal- bank has represented for five ifornia Legislature drew the dis- j terms. The 173,000 registered vot- tricts with Democratic voter reg- j erg j nc i uc je 104,000 istration margins of 60 per cent and up. Taking the, races one by one: 25th District— Once represented in Congress by Richard M. Nixon, the district Avas re-drawn recently with 153,000 registered voters— 98,000 Democrats, 55,000 Republicans. It is in the San Gabriel Valley east of " -r Angeles. Republican incumbent John H. Rousselot of Baldwin Park seeks a second term. His opponent is two-term Democratic Assemblyman Ronald Brooks Cameron of Whittier. Rousselot. 34, says the overriding issue is "survival of our constitutional republic and our capitalistic-free enterprise system as we have known it." Cameron,, 35, an accountant, says Rousselot's Birch membership is a major issue, adds: "The man's not competent to be a congressman." Democrats, 4,000 unstated. Opposing Hiestand is Democratic Los Angeles city councilman Everett. G. Burkhalter of North Hollywood. Hiestand, 73, says conservatives are under vicious attack by the leftists and the so-called liberal extremists. Unless the people show they want the present unbelievably harmful and dangerous policies abandoned, those policies will be continued and the consequences are certain to disastrous." Richardson, 34, campaigns as a conservative, calls for a firmer stand against the Communists and elimination of what he calls "piecemeal surrender." Brown, 41, was a onetime conscientious objector who wound up as a second lieutenant in the \trny in World War II. He pledges to support the Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy (SANE), whose endorsement he has. Hoffman Speaks On Cuban Crisis Atoh i son Farmer Gored To Death by Mad Bull crals and 50,000 Republicans. Re S7th District—A smaller district i publican H.L. Richardson, a Tern- north of downtown Los Angeles in : pie City advertising consultant, the San Fernando and Antelope j opposes Democratic Assembly i ATCHISON, Kan. (AP) — Tonie Burkhalter, 65, goes down the , Torkelson Jr. 43-year-old farmer, line with the Democratic party ! was gored to death by a Holstcm position and is pledged to back I bul1 ° n , h ' s farm . 2 ^ mil « so « th medical care for the aged. He | east of Everest, Kan., Tuesday. contends Hiestand "wraps himself in the flag." 29th District—A new, spread-out district, largely i.i the San Gabriel Valley, with atfoyt 90,000 Demo. valleys that Republican incumbent Edgar W. Hiestand of Bur- man George lerey Park. E. Brown of Mon- The body was found In a barn lot with the enraged bull by Charles Parkerson, Horton, Kan., who had stopped to deliver oil. Parkerson said the farmer's body was near a gate to the yard and that the engine of his truck was still .unning. Torkelson was formerly an im- "plement dealer in Horton. He lived alone on the farm. KANSAS CITY (AP) — The j Cuban crisis may bring nuclear Mvar or the first steps toward! general disarmament and peace, j says Paul G. Hoffman, director of the United Nation s Special Fund and former Marshall Plan administrator. "Powerful nations can wage a cold war for many years, but nations cannot remain in a high state of alert indefinitely," he said. "Something must happen. "It is my conviction we will move away from the arms race. If we don't, it it could only end in the financial and spiritual bankruptcy of the world." Hoffman spoke at the annual United Nations Day dinner at Kansas City University. He expressed faith in the ability of U Thant, acting secretary general of the United Nations, as a mediating force in the Cuban crisis. He said a passion for peace is universal among most of the world's peoples, yet many statesmen continue to operate unaware of the intensity of this desire. Factory Relocation Means New Life for Community! EDITOR'S NOTE—What is one community's gain often reans heartbreak for another when a factory relocates in a iew territory. That is the story of the move of the Norge division of the Borg-Warner Corp. last year from Muskegon, Mich, to Fort Smith, Ark. By JOHN R. STARR FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP)-The wedding of Borg-Warner ('orn.'s huge Norge division and this onetime frontier city promises, after a year, to become a long, happy marriage. Fort Smith is ready, willing and eager for other industria 1 giants to cast interested eyes i. this direction. • The 2,100 jobs created at Norge's $20-million plant are among 6,500 collected by Fort Smith in the past two years. Norge was the big one, and city officials say Borg-Warner's decision to move here from Muskegon Mich., may have a long-range effect far more beneficial than its physical contribution of jobs and U5E&SUPE2 DISCOUNT PRICES For Over 44 Years I SMAUil 2 HOLDS ^IL CHRISTMAS! ^Hr ' ' '' !'' l i • i Discount Price With Trainer Wheels for beginners. (tS-Kl-J) Newest Tank Model "Flying-0" NSW STYLES IN Flying-0" 10" Size Tubular frame with step-up plate, adjustable handlebars & seat. Flamboyant colors. 1«5-I5» I) 12" size Trilc» 86 Cantilever 3-Bar Frame Chrome Plated Rims Luggage Carrier Built-in Dual Headlights Bail-Bearing Pedals Lay-Away For Christmas! Latest Style for Bikes.' "High Swan" sssss \ •AAV Chrome. Uses flashlight battery, Same features as above. («b i5»<) TRIKES 99 M"Trtk« Same features as above, t*5-iswi 10" Riding Palomino Discount Price Spring-mounted with molded saddle. 21" high, 35" long. lofc of action for little buckoroot. "SQUEEZE MY TUMMY AND I'LL GURGLE AND CLAP MY HANDS FOR YOU" Bvy Me For Only 5 New Drill Sensation! DRILL Powerful, 1.9 Amps. • Pistol Grip & Trigger Switch • UL Approved Polish and Sander Kit 49 4 Safe Price D" attachments for drills. Hacksaw Sale Price 58 Adjustable. PisJol (jftp handle, ( Sander-Polisher 12.50 Value 7 87 Push-Burton Switch 25 Sq. In. sanding surface I have rooted pixie hair, moving eyes, and I look like a real baby I You'll like my pretty clothes, too I |7o it«t Widest Selection of TOYS at LOW, LOW PRICES! SHOP NOWI Sandpaper & polish cloth included Extra Discounts! Key Set PlasHc case, Slip-Joint Pliers Combination Adjustable Wrench Groove-Joint Pliers 27< 38< 73< 83< 2 44 See Complete Stock at Low Prices 10-inch. (o-atit 5 position. Remote Controlled ROAD RACING SET $25 Value! Jaguar and Aston Martin Cars can speed op or slow down. Complete with individual controls. (70 820| 23-PieceTEA.SET Complete plastic service deigned by Russet) Wright. (»viin COSMETIC KIT Complete Moke-Up kit of washable vinyl & pretty cose. {M-JM-JI Marshar GUN SET 2 Ranger Repeating Pislol*, Holsters & B*b. i >49 ETCH-A-SKETCH Turn tHe knobs to moke pictures & deugns. Hour* of ftm Lay- Away Now I WUAHOMA TIM M* SUVKT CO. GARDEN CITY, KANSAS 306 N. Main BR 6-7606 These Prices Good At All OTASCO Stores! an estimated $10-million annual payroll. "Norge's coming here was a tremendous thing for the prestige of our city," says Mayor Bob Brooksher. "It has caused other industries to come here." Page 7 « Garden <:§<> Tnlegrnnf; Wednesday, Oct. 24, 1962/ Collier Wenderoth Jr., a poultry processing and feed who heads Fort Smith's aggressive Chamber of Commerce, says location at Borg-Warner here has created a new pride and enthusiasm among citizens. Since Norge came, Fo' 1 ' Smith voters have approved a $2.1-million bond issue for now schools and $1.5 million for a civic auditorium by votes of 10 to 1. The plant, dedicated Feb. 1, sprawls over 25 acres under one roof. The massive task of retraining more than 2,000 factory workers is over. Of the 1,800 persons employed by Norge at Muskegon, 100 supervisory personnel and about 50 production workers made the move to Fort Smith. About .3 of these have returned to Michigan. By EDWARD J. MARKAITY MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP)"There must be some reason they won't hire us. I wish I knew what it is." This is the frustration still ech- Greater Muskegon was lifted this summer from the ranks ,»ol distressed employment areas., Se- executive cur 'ty commission figures Aug. 9 showed unemployment down to about 4.3 per cent of the total work force. Hiring by several other Muskegon industrial firms has .aken tip a sizable number of younger ex- Norge employes. But it still is a long way from replacing Norge's annual payroll of $9 to $13 million and tax revenue of about $214,000. JFK Gives List of Offensive Weapons WASHINGTON (AP) — In His| formal proclamation of the arms j quarantine around "uba, Presl> dent Kennedy specified what j weapons are to be considered of- 1 tensive. ! Th e following are declared to be prohibited materiel: "Surface to surface missiles;' bomber aircraft; bombs, air to surface rockets and guir'ed mis-' siles; warheads foi any of the oed by a hard core of some 300 veteran workers seeking other employment her e since their jobs were among 1,800 lost by the move of Borg ; Warner Corp. Norge division to Fort S .dth, Ark. Spokesman DeWayne Pickard, former vice president of Allied Industrial Workers Local 404 at the Norge plant is * ng those who haven't found work. Norge offered a limited number of transfers to skilled personnel but had only about 50 takers. Most declined to move because of strong ties to this area and a willingness to take their chances on finding new jobs. "I run into many others like myself," says Pickard. "Some tell me that if they knew circumstances would be such, they would have taken transfers." Pickard, 52, represents workers who are up against the age barrier in seeking new employment. Michigan Employment Security Commission branch spokesmen agree that placing older Norge workers has been a majo problem. Recently the commission posted a call for foundry help The age limit for prospective em- ploye was 40. above weapons; m hanical '6f electronic equipment to support or operate the above items; and any other classes of materiel here: after designated by the secretary of defense for the purposa of effectuating this proclamation." Kansas Citians Seek Bomb Shelter Data KANSAS CITY (AP)—The city's Civil Defense office estimated it received 400 calls Tuesday seeking information about shelters and how to survive a bomb attack. Mrs. Joy Hise, administrative assistant to the city's fire an'd Civil Defense director, -aid the callers were advised to get a survival pamphlet from their nearest fire station and watch for, an announcement abouv the location of fallout shelters. ' The' city planned to announce the locations of 130 shelters today and hopes to have 500 designated in about a week. -Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Ads! Lean, Tender MINUTE STEAKS u 98c Home cured, fresh CORNED BEEF u, 69c Kansas Brand SLICED BACON u, 63c Baby Beef LIVER Lb 49c 303 Cans 69c 2 Bars 28C Corn Muffin and all varieties — JIFFY CAKE MIXES Suffer Pack, impeded halves APRICOTS 3 White Toiler Soap LIFEBUOY Planters Cocktail PEANUTS . H S69c It's New! Armstrong's Floor Care ONE STEP 54" x 96" Paper, Assorted Colors TABLE COVER E « h 29c It's that time of year again. Large Size JACK-O- LANTERN pumpkins now available at TED'S. Also nice assortment of CANDIES. PLENTY OF TRICK OR TREAT ITEMS. STOCK UP NOW. «£ 1.19 Missouri Jonathan APPLES Bushel Ctn. ... or Bskt. ( 2.59 Fancy South American BANANAS u lie Fancy, Red round RADISHES p.,/ b r, California Sunkist ORANGES 3 Dozen in Poly bag 9c 1 TED'S MARKET WE DELIVER 511 N. 4th Street

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